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We want you to read at least one article or view a video about hardware (not software). Then write a brief summary (or create a short presentation) summarizing the article using MS Word or PowerPoint. Brief means no less than 10 sentences but not more than one page. Make sure to cite your source properly.
1. Should men still do such things as open doors for women, stand until a
woman is seated, and walk on the outside of the sidewalk?
2. Should women retain their birth names upon marriage?; Should a male take the last name of the female?; or Should they did on a last name mutually
3. Should research on male pregnancy be encouraged and financially supported by federal funds?
*Please note that in our society many identify as non-binary, thus, your response may consider those that may experience a gender identity that is neither exclusively male or female or is in between or beyond both genders.
Your original post should be no less than 300 words. Be sure to apply one or more of the following sociological concepts: gender or sex roles; social role theory; feminists theory (1st, 2nd or 3rd wave); men’s movement (men’s liberation or men’s rights movement); chivalry theory; conflict theory; functionalism; or interactionism.
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